The Great Outdoors

OUTDOOR RECREATION & PARKS

 

GOLFING

Vermilion Golf & Country Club
Lea Park Raven
Paradise Valley
Kitscoty
Rolling Green Fairways challenges golfers of all skill levels.

 

Vermilion Provincial Park

Has plenty of RV camping plus miles of trails traversing the Vermilion River valley for both summer hiking and biking or winter cross country ski adventures.  More info here.


Mount Joy Snow Resort

Offering downhill skiing and snow board action.  This family friendly volunteer-ran facility is a great gem, just 20 minutes from Lloydminster.  More info here.

Seppala Siberian Tours

Unique winter adventure try a sled dog tour at Seppala Siberian Tours near Kitscoty.

Contact Dale Swan 780-872-3575.


Jubilee Regional Park

Welcome to camp out along the Ol’ Vermilion River at Lea Park, climb to the Snake Hill viewpoint or paddle or fish along the North Saskatchewan River.  Also home to the Lea Park Rodeo (one of the largest outdoor rodeos in Alberta) each June.

Join the North Saskatchewan River Guide for a scenic jet boat safari or guided fishing trip down the North Saskatchewan River.

 

Lindsay A. Evans Regional Park

Lindsay A. Evans park

Take a peaceful drive through the bountiful farmland and countryside to the Lindsay A. Evans Park (South of Kitscoty on 897, West on TWP 490 for 3.5 miles and it is on your left between RR 34 and 35).  A tranquil setting for bird watching, picnics and even some canoeing.  Open daily 7am-11pm from June 1 to after the Sept long weekend.  Alcohol not allowed.  The park is named for Lindsay A. Evans (1891-1976) - a renowned local artist and nature lover dedicated to enhancing his community.  Definitely a great little gem in our County!


McNabb Wildlife Sanctuary

If you are looking for a nature spot, check out the McNabb Wildlife Sanctuary – bird watching, deer, wildlife and more!  A quiet retreat for connecting with nature. Located at SE-18-49-5-W4M (TWP 492 and RR 55; southeast of Vermilion).  Operated by the County of Vermilion River on land donated by Mr. Colin McNabb in 1992..


Marwayne Trestle Bridge.

This old bridge can be found near TWP 532 and 530 on RR 34 (northwest of Marwayne)